Phú Quốc Island is not only famed in Việt Nam for its heart-rending beauty but also its cuisine, ranging from fish sauce and herring salad to bún kèn (traditional noodle soup), which has been eaten on the island for hundreds of years.
Besides its pristine beaches and white sheep herds, Phan Rang in Ninh Thuan Province is also famous for its cuisine, especially fish cake noodles.
Vietnam is the country of cakes made from sticky rice. One of those is banh gio (or banh tro), a cake made from glutinous rice soaked in ash water.
The ancient town of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam topped the list of 15 best cities in the world in a recent readers’ vote of the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure, surpassing many well-known destinations like Japan’s Tokyo and Italy’s Rome.